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the september 11th attack in benghazi libya. stevens grew up in the bay area and graduated from piedmont high school. that memorial was in san francisco hall rotunda. >>> and hillary rodham clinton is taking responsibility in benghazi. secretary clinton says she alone is responsible for 60,000 employees of the state department around the world. >>> what i want to avoid is some kind of political got you or blame game going on, because it does a disservice to the thousands and thousands of americans not only in the state department and in the usa d but those who search around the world. >>> they have been denying more security prior to the attack and also republicans including congressman paul ryan cut the funding for embassy security. >>> republican presidential nominee mitt romney faces a second debate in new york. we now know who will get the first question in the town hall style debate and what the latest polls show heading in tonight's debate. >>> he says he is shocked by the lack of progress by the police department. they took a step backwards falling out of compliance following a monitor
is insisting there was no way the attack in benghazi that killed ambassador chris stevens could have been predicted or prevented. alison burns is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with how the obama administration is defending its handling of the crisis ahead of a big hearing this morning. >> reporter: here on capitol hill republicans are alleging a cover up. they say the obama administration intentionally misled the public into believing the attacks that killed ambassador chris stevens and three other americans was the result of a protest over an antiislam video. now state department officials are expected to testify today. that was never their conclusion. and those official descriptions were not accurate. >> now we come out to find that those were absolutely not true, they are somewhere between totally false and absolutely not true. >> reporter: the committee will also be hearing today from a whistle blower who says the state department rejected repeated requests for more security in benghazi. a closer look at why those requests might have been denied during my next update. reporting liv
qaeda. it is unclear if this is connected to the shooting which killed ambassador chris stevens. >>> they are meeting for their one and only debate. and why paul ryan is feeling close to the debate. >>> they came back to the bay area and they dream of another bay bridge world series. >> reporter: that is right, they will be perched on barstools and we are here at the ballpark where some are slated to open early this morning. we are here with very excited fans as well as in oakland after their team pulled off a nail biting win half the night. >> they are coming around from the oakland a's and they will live another day. >> the as rally from behind. cocoa crisp, made the traditional game with a whip creamed pie to the face. [applauds] [crowd noise] >> reporter: the giants pulled off an 8-3 win and forced a winner takes all in game 5 having a great game striking out 6 hitters. and they caught up with some giants fans who made the trek to cincinnati. >> we drove from cincinnati. >> first game and so we decided to stay and now we are staying. >> now the game takes place at 10:07 this
have the right to education. >>> u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed in the u.s. consulate in benghazi. they knew early on it was terror related and not tied to anti-american protests. >> it is very incompetent or misleading. >> the first order of justice is to bring to justice those who committed this heinous act. >> time is now 6:45, giants are hoping for a different ending in the championship series. allie rasmus is at at&t park this morning and allie, you are saying the fans are staying optimistic, right? >> reporter: well, giants fans are staying undaunted and many fans are looking ahead to game 2 of the championship series right here at at&t park. >> optimistic. tomorrow night we are going to win. >> absolutely, it takes five games. >> it is only one game, everybody should come out, ready to wave flags and stand up all week long. >> the start to the game, cardinals led 6- 0 in the first three innings of the game until the giants started to make a come back. they just could not pull it off with a final score 6- 4 cardinals win. now the giants are
francisco city hall to honor chris stevens who died in libya in what is now called a terrorist attack in benghazi. his brother and two of his sisters spoke along with with the ambassador who apologized for the attack. tom pickerring is now heading up an investigation into that attack. >>> great news, marco scutaro is expected to start against the st. louis cardinals. it shows he suffered a left hip contusion after he crashed into him on monday. he was able to take batting practice and he even joked so that he might kick holiday's butt if he tries to talk to him. >> he is more optimistic about where he is at right now than when it first happened. >> giant's manager bruce bochy is focused on winning today's game and the series tied at one game a piece. you can watch the national league series, our coverage starts at 12:30, first pitch is scheduled for 1:07. whoever wins will likely face the detroit tigers. they are taking an almost is your moundable 3-0 lead and they are advancing to the world series. cc sabathia will pitch for the yankees. >>> you remember it? >> i do. >> well today is
is complete. >>> mountain view police are warning people who walk or bike the stevens creek trail to be on alert. that is after a man was almost robbed. janine de la vega joins us with a sketch of the suspect and new reaction from trail users this morning. >>> good morning, pam. we have seen several joggers and bicyclists this morning using the trail. as you can see it's very dark out here. the trail is not it will at all. and when we spoke to them, none of them knew about this attack. now this was an attempted strong arm robbery and it happened here near elin avenue and -- evelyn avenue and highway 85. here's who they are looking for. he was wearing dark clothing and a dark baseball cap at the time. officers say last tuesday just before 8:00 p.m. the man in this sketch approached another man from behind who was walking home on the trail carrying a backpack. he tried to grab the bag and the two men struggled and fell to the ground. the victim was able to grab his backpack and ran home and called police. people we spoke with are alarmed to hear happened. >> i kind of have that fear
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